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->''Every so often on ''Law & Order'' you get a "Ripped From the Headlines" episode. The procedural drama equivalent of the sitcom's VerySpecialEpisode, a RFTH episode is guaranteed to have at least two of the following: a plotline suspiciously similar to some incident that shocked the nation a good two or three months ago; shameless stunt casting in the form of a celebrity guest acting against type; and Benjamin Bratt not acting very well.''

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->''Every so often on ''Law & Order'' you get a "Ripped From the Headlines" "RippedFromTheHeadlines" episode. The procedural drama equivalent of the sitcom's VerySpecialEpisode, a RFTH episode is guaranteed to have at least two of the following: a plotline suspiciously similar to some incident that shocked the nation a good two or three months ago; shameless stunt casting in the form of a celebrity guest acting against type; and Benjamin Bratt Creator/BenjaminBratt not acting very well.''


->''Every so often on ''Law & Order'' you get a "Ripped From the Headlines" episode. The procedural drama equivalent of the sitcom's VerySpecialEpisode, a RFTH episode is guaranteed to have at least two of the following: A plotline suspiciously similar to some incident that shocked the nation a good two or three months ago; shameless stunt casting in the form of a celebrity guest acting against type; and Benjamin Bratt not acting very well.''

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->''Every so often on ''Law & Order'' you get a "Ripped From the Headlines" episode. The procedural drama equivalent of the sitcom's VerySpecialEpisode, a RFTH episode is guaranteed to have at least two of the following: A a plotline suspiciously similar to some incident that shocked the nation a good two or three months ago; shameless stunt casting in the form of a celebrity guest acting against type; and Benjamin Bratt not acting very well.''


->''Every so often on ''Law & Order'' you get a "Ripped From the Headlines" episode. The procedural drama equivalent of the sitcom' VerySpecialEpisode, a RFTH episode is guaranteed to have at least two of the following: A plotline suspiciously similar to some incident that shocked the nation a good two or three months ago; shameless stunt casting in the form of a celebrity guest acting against type; and Benjamin Bratt not acting very well.''

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->''Every so often on ''Law & Order'' you get a "Ripped From the Headlines" episode. The procedural drama equivalent of the sitcom' sitcom's VerySpecialEpisode, a RFTH episode is guaranteed to have at least two of the following: A plotline suspiciously similar to some incident that shocked the nation a good two or three months ago; shameless stunt casting in the form of a celebrity guest acting against type; and Benjamin Bratt not acting very well.''


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->''Every so often on ''Law & Order'' you get a "Ripped From the Headlines" episode. The procedural drama equivalent of the sitcom' VerySpecialEpisode, a RFTH episode is guaranteed to have at least two of the following: A plotline suspiciously similar to some incident that shocked the nation a good two or three months ago; shameless stunt casting in the form of a celebrity guest acting against type; and Benjamin Bratt not acting very well.''
-->--'''''[[Website/Cracked}}'''''
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